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Take my guns away, but I'm still armed by TD-Vice Take my guns away, but I'm still armed by TD-Vice
A lot of people in the current societal paradigm think that they can "bully out" unconventional ideologies out of others who carry them. That indimidation, threat of physical violence, physical violence itself, social ostracization and media supression can make people drop a political ideology, that yelling at someone that they're "evil" will make them drop their views and struggle. But that just speaks of the mindset of these people - they're own convictions are so weak, that they are the ones that would drop their beliefs under stress and threat. If you're not ready to die and kill for what you believe in, then you don't really believe it.

The right wing is on the rise, no suprise about that, for it's a natural reaction to the destruction of the very core of our culture. We grow with every passing day, with every double-standard law passing, with every bending of a legislator's spine to accomodate foreign elements into our states, with ever diversity celebration. And that scares the proponents of our doom. It scares them that we don't lay down and die like they wish they would, that we don't give our wealth and privilege to the underserving, dirty, filthy masses that did nothing to earn theirs aside from being born from a whore's womb.

They're scared. And they want to take our weapons. Physical at first, but then, they will come for the metaphysical weapons as well. But, those are harder to take away. That's why they're scared of our speech. Of our writing, our voice. Because they know that the Babylon's tower they're building will fall, pardon me for a christian metaphore - and it will be destroyed by us, by our hands, our words and our determination. They well know why our greatest weapon is the truth we say, the truth that rips through the veils of the TV screens and celebrity tweets, the truth behind "racial equality" and "social justice". That's why the want to kill us. Why they sublimate killing us in every sphere of human activity. But they are weak in raw action.

So fear not. Guns can be manufactured or stolen or taken by force. You're not defenseless, though. You are on the offence.The weapons one should hone and hold unto is in you brain, rolling of your tongue. They can't get there, at least not now. Oh, they try. The censor, and ban, and pass laws, and try to regulate every human interaction to wash out "hate" and "bigotry" and "racism". But in this case, it is in your hands to either give in or not.

You're armed, and locked, and ready.


ps: comments are welcome as always.
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Calistian-Zathos Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  New member
You know I have never really met someone with your outlook, I may not agree with all of it but it is good and the art is amazing
DubMeCrazy Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014
Damn still some fascists left to kill in the world. . . 
TD-Vice Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Come at me, bro
Carmine777 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
I don't really like the message, but I respect it. But the art is what I love! It's somehow inspiring.
KnightfromHell Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Love the concept and message behind it.
Wyzilla Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013
If you're not ready to die and kill for what you believe in, then you don't really believe it.

This is the one major problem with these thoughts however. Only a fool is ready to die for their beliefs in some illusions of martyrdom. Your beliefs only matter so long as you and the collective remains alive. If they all pointlessly sacrifice themselves rather than make every attempt to survive, their morality is purged by the majority and forgotten. Killing also can have a major negative effect by disenfranchising the public with the belief with its negative association with violence- causing fewer to follow it or preserve it.

If someone points a gun at your head and tells you to convert, you happily agree to do so with your fingers crossed behind your back as you continue your beliefs and pass them on to the next generation(s). Being willing to die and/or kill for your beliefs is rather counterproductive. Unless it's a case of an army invading wishing to fully wipe you off from the face of the planet and thus surviving isn't possible without fighting (like the Nazis attacking the Slavs and Jews or the Turks attacking the Armenians)- you're better off (especially in the long run) just joining them- like with the Mongol Empire under Genghis Khan, the Persian Empire, The British Empire, and the American Cultural Empire. They're not their to chop your heads off, they're their to assimilate your country and will often be better for you in the long run if you jump in free of will- because they are willing to attack you with massive force or even wipe out out.
Sequito-Equitis Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013
You only make the problem worse by indulging his paranoid fantasies.

Those who say they are ready to kill and die for their beliefs in an ostensibly democratic society aren't at all about their response to threat or intimidation.  Short of a literal threat to his life, such a phrase disproportional to a pathological degree.  The rant that follows makes clear that pathology.  The phrase is intended *AS* a threat, and should be taken as such.

His beliefs are incidental:  it's about the tactics and his homicidal intent, not what is actually believed in.  You don't have to be right-wing to be like him, just rabid.  You don't even have to be political; you can do it with religious fundamentalism too.  Bin Laden endorsed his "you have to be willing to kill and die for your beliefs" point of view.  Bin Laden also made the arguments regarding the threat to his own culture -- albeit far more eloquently than this fellow has (Bin Laden:  evil, but well spoken).  Then he acted on them.  So did Stalin.  So did Castro.  So did Pol Pot. 

So put this fellow in Saudi Arabia, and he would have been a Wahhabi.  Put him in 1930's Croatia, and he would have been Ustase, etc... we don't even need the Nazi example he so clearly advertises.  All extremes, both political and religious, provide his kind with an excuse to act out.  The beliefs change, but the rabid animals that the fringe elements attract are pretty much a constant.

In short, this guy is a cancer cell with a cancer cell's programming.  Cancer is not to be reasoned with, no matter the specific kind.  You deal with the cancer the moment it becomes malignant.  Otherwise you may have to go through a lot of trouble before he see's justice at the next incarnation of the Nuremberg Trials.

I live in a society with a right to arm myself:  I consider his kind, and the criminal record of his kind's politics when they are in power, to be a sufficient argument for the necessity of civilian arms.  It doesn't matter whether the specific dogma in question is a Marxist, Fascist, or Jihadist.  When your neighbor starts ranting that he's armed and willing to kill or die for his beliefs, you ought to be equipped to serve him to the latter the moment he demonstrates intent to perpetrate the former.
TD-Vice Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Problem is, though, with such a mindset, that you have no idea which side your OTHER neighbors will be on when shit hits the fan. Or how they will react on a larger scale.

A lot of people of YOUR kind, think that they are reasonable and have common sense, and that when "fringe radical elements" try to act out, you're all going to group into this party of reasonable, level-headed citizens, protecting what's really important againt the lunatic hordes of homicidal assholes like me, as you eloquently put.

Well, that is the reality-deprived fantasies of the everyman, that his understanding of logic and reason will triumph. However, as we know from numerous modern examples, nothing of the sort happens. Armed or not, when and if shit hits the fan, you'll find your neighbors joining the fray with abandon, based on the agendas they harbored, but never openly acted on. These might be in your favor, they might not, but there wont be a level-headed approach if the fire up their ass is ignited hard enough.

Radicals lead the way - but the majority of the work is done by the mass that follows, if they share the goals and targets.

A mass that was outwardly reasonable and complacent, once.
Sequito-Equitis Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013
Group psychology doesn't produce "reasonable" results or even present such an appearance, whether at a soccer match or on a trading floor.  Macroeconomics proves the point -- and is scarier than your bad comedy will ever be.

Your fictional unrest is just as badly informed.  Fortunately I have the benefit of some actual training -- minimal but clearly more than you -- as well as some time working in the mental health field with criminals, drug abusers, and the homeless (so you aren't even novel).

Neither of those prepared me for you as well as critiquing some of the survivalist porn where you get your "ideas."  Look how that fiction served Timothy McVeigh.  The "masses" did nothing but cheer his execution.  He was a lot brighter than you, didn't post public writings that can be used in committal as well as criminal proceedings, and most importantly wasn't a skirt with pom-poms.

So you really ought not get your hopes up.
Sequito-Equitis Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014
Why I am I not surprised.

Your kind makes a big sound, but the moment you imagine you might face an actual armed opponent you're just puling cowards.

Like your gem of a hero.  Shoot up a bunch of kids and then drops his weapons and surrenders as soon as armed men show up (in a country with no death penalty).   Norwegian Nazis, how pathetic!
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